Australians have once again impressed in England's Women's League Cup, with Chloe Logarzo scoring twice, Emily van Egmond also scoring, Mackenzie Arnold saving a penalty, Caitlin Foord and Sam Kerr recording impressive victories.
Logarzo struck twice for Bristol City defeated Crystal Palace 4-2. The 25-year-old won and converted a penalty in the 28th minute before making it 3-0 to Bristol with her second in the 41st minute.
Fellow Aussie Ella Mastrantonio was heavily involved in the victory playing the full 90 minutes.
"It's nice to finally get on the scoresheet and get a win for the girls. It's been hard for the last four or five games, it's nice to get the morale of the team back up," Logarzo said.
Bristol City boss Tanya Oxtoby was full of praise for her two Aussies.
“We asked Ella [Mastrantonio] to sit in front of the back four and get on the ball and we asked Chloe [Logarzo] to do the same and I'm really pleased for them both because they showed their quality.”
In London, Mackenzie Arnold made an outstanding penalty save in West Ham's 3-0 win over Reading.
Matildas midfielder van Egmond was also on the scoresheet for the Hammers as she struck in the 52nd minute to double her side's lead.
Forward Foord played the full 90 minutes in Arsenal's 4-0 victory over the London City Lionesses, and was unlucky not to score in the second half when her shot hit the post.
Aussie coach Joe Montemurro will be very happy with the performance of star Vivianne Miedema who scored all four goals.
Finally, Matildas star Sam Kerr played 58 minutes for Chelsea in their 2-0 win over Tottenham.